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Register Your Metal Detector Warranty Online

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Good advice.  Except for personal injuries caused by a defective product, where strict liability applies and it does not matter who purchased the defective product, the burden will be on the consumer to show the purchase.  Also, probably not so much an issue with metal detectors, where I think (hope) the manufacturers are reasonably honest with their written warranties and policies, but states often have warranty laws that add to or override consumer-unfriendly written warranties:

https://www.consumerreports.org/cro/magazine/2013/05/the-word-on-warranty-protection/index.htm

 

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Thanks Steve! Post reminded me to register my Minelab products.

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